Atlanterhavsvegen

On our way from Molde to Kristiansund and back, we drove on the Atlantic Ocean Road.

The road is a 8.274-kilometer (5.141 mi) long section of County Road 64 that connects the island and municipality of Averøy with the mainland at Eide.

The road runs across an archipelago of partially inhabited islands and skerries.

In 2009, the road was Norway’s ninth-most-visited natural tourist attraction, with 258,654 visitors from May through August. 

The route won the title “Norwegian Construction of the Century”, awarded by the Norwegian construction industry in 2005.

In 2006, The Guardian declared it the world’s best road trip.

The road was fun to drive and had good views.

21 thoughts on “Atlanterhavsvegen

  1. Atlanterhavsvegen

    On Tuesday, September 14, 2021, The thoughts and life of me wrote:

    > masgautsen posted: ” On our way from Molde to Kristiansund and back, we > drove on the Atlantic Ocean Road. The road is a 8.274-kilometer (5.141 mi) > long section of County Road 64 that connects the island and municipality of > Averøy with the mainland at Eide. ” >

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